Anybody have a good chimichurri recipe they can rec...
- picklelicious Jul 3, 2011 11:41 AM
Looking to match some of the flavors I get when I'm down in the Miami area from time to time with a good chimichurri sauce for some beef. Does anyone have a really good recipe you've used and had success with you could recommmend?
1 bunch destemmed flat leaf parsley
6 peeled garlic cloves
1/2 cup OO
1/4 cup balsamic vinegar
3 tbsp. lemon or lime juice
1/2 tsp. cayenne
1/2 tsp. salt
I whack the garlic first in my handy little chopper, then stuff in all the leaves, and add the other ingredients and whack it again.
chimichurri is good...you might also want to try an onion pebre (search Chowhound for my post recipe).
i do it with cilantro
bunch of cilantro
5 crushed or pressed garlic cloves
2-3 tblspoons red wine /champagne vinegar (or to taste)
1.25 cups o/o
lots of bread!
I don't have exact portions but people go nuts for my chimi:
Equal parts parsley and cilantro.
EVOO, Wine Vinegar and Lime Juice.
Garlic and jalapeno, S+P to taste, and a little paprika.
It's best after it's sat for an hour or so.
I use parsley, fresh oregano or marjoram, a little fresh mint if I have it, along with garlic, red wine vinegar, red pepper flakes, s & p. Basically a garlic vinaigrette with lots of herbage.